9 May: How torture became speakable
Seminars open to researchers and Phd candidates with interest in the subjects.
Travelling Revolutionaries and Foreign Fighters: Between Myth and Reality?
Travelling Revolutionaries and Foreign Fighters (seminar)
How political violence became terrorism (and what that means for thinking about terrorism and radicalization today)
How torture became speakable (seminar)
The Political Value of Time: Citizenship, Duration, and Democratic Justice
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Current debates and research presented by researcher at CRS.
For 10 years, the multidisciplinary Impact project (The Impact of Religion: Challenges for Society, Law and Democracy) has been ongoing and are in the process to close.
RESPOND - a Horizon 2020 project
RESPOND study the multilevel governance of migration in 11 countries.
Pentecostal Migrants in Secular Sweden
How does religious migration influence the Swedish secular society? This multidisciplinary project approaches this question by investigating three Pentecostal migrant congregations.